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Police confident they will catch whoever fatally shot dog walker

Police confident they will catch whoever fatally shot dog walker

Police confident they will catch whoever fatally shot dog walker

23 April 2024

Brian Low died in Perthshire in February.


Harvie confirms he will stand down if Greens leave Scottish Government

Harvie confirms he will stand down if Greens leave Scottish Government

Harvie confirms he will stand down if Greens leave Scottish Government

23 April 2024

But the party’s co-leader dismissed a no confidence motion in him at Holyrood as ‘sordid political game-playing’.


Sunak to appoint top general as national security advisor

Sunak to appoint top general as national security advisor

Sunak to appoint top general as national security advisor

23 April 2024

It is widely expected that the current role holder, Sir Tim Barrow, is being lined up to become Britain’s new ambassador to the US.


Kate’s new photo of Louis released to celebrate prince’s sixth birthday

Kate’s new photo of Louis released to celebrate prince’s sixth birthday

Kate’s new photo of Louis released to celebrate prince’s sixth birthday

23 April 2024

The youngster grins at the camera as he lies on a blanket on the grass in Windsor.


Channel migrant deaths ‘underscore’ need for Rwanda plan, says Sunak

Channel migrant deaths ‘underscore’ need for Rwanda plan, says Sunak

Channel migrant deaths ‘underscore’ need for Rwanda plan, says Sunak

23 April 2024

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said: ‘We want to prevent people making these very dangerous crossings.’


Bioluminescence first evolved in animals at least 540 million years ago – study

Bioluminescence first evolved in animals at least 540 million years ago – study

Bioluminescence first evolved in animals at least 540 million years ago – study

23 April 2024

The findings push back the previous oldest dated example of the trait by nearly 300 million years.


Football agent ‘implied threat of physical intimidation in Zouma transfer email’

Football agent ‘implied threat of physical intimidation in Zouma transfer email’

Football agent ‘implied threat of physical intimidation in Zouma transfer email’

23 April 2024

Saif Alrubie is said to have been involved in a contractual dispute with Marina Granovskaia over the sale of French defender Kurt Zouma.


July election eyed up to avoid Rwanda ‘gimmick’ having ‘time to fail’, MPs told

July election eyed up to avoid Rwanda ‘gimmick’ having ‘time to fail’, MPs told

July election eyed up to avoid Rwanda ‘gimmick’ having ‘time to fail’, MPs told

23 April 2024

Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting said Westminster is ‘awash’ with talk.


Covid-19 resulted in perfect storm for care sector already in crisis, probe told

Covid-19 resulted in perfect storm for care sector already in crisis, probe told

Covid-19 resulted in perfect storm for care sector already in crisis, probe told

23 April 2024

The Scottish Covid-19 inquiry is hearing a day of evidence about the health and social care impact of the pandemic.


Woman charged with murder of Baby Callum is granted bail

Woman charged with murder of Baby Callum is granted bail

Woman charged with murder of Baby Callum is granted bail

23 April 2024

Joanne Sharkey is accused of murder and concealment of the birth of a child.


Curtis Warren denies breaching serious crime prevention order

Curtis Warren denies breaching serious crime prevention order

Curtis Warren denies breaching serious crime prevention order

23 April 2024

The 60-year-old, of Boldon, South Tyneside, entered not guilty pleas to 18 counts of failing to comply with a serious crime prevention order.


Teenagers given referral orders for criminal damage to war memorial

Teenagers given referral orders for criminal damage to war memorial

Teenagers given referral orders for criminal damage to war memorial

23 April 2024

Rochdale Cenotaph was daubed with the words ‘Free Palestine’ in November last year.


‘Bug splat’ survey shows 78% decline in flying insects in two decades

‘Bug splat’ survey shows 78% decline in flying insects in two decades

‘Bug splat’ survey shows 78% decline in flying insects in two decades

23 April 2024

The citizen science project asks people to record the number of flying insects that are squashed on their car number plates after a drive.


Expansion of funded childcare could ‘jeopardise’ quality of provision – watchdog

Expansion of funded childcare could ‘jeopardise’ quality of provision – watchdog

Expansion of funded childcare could ‘jeopardise’ quality of provision – watchdog

23 April 2024

Uncertainties remain over whether the early years sector can expand and deliver enough places ahead of September 2025, the National Audit Office said.


Cost-of-living crisis still hitting students, research suggests

Cost-of-living crisis still hitting students, research suggests

Cost-of-living crisis still hitting students, research suggests

23 April 2024

Employers have reported a ‘surge’ in graduates and apprentices leaving because of dissatisfaction over pay.


Zelensky welcomes £500m UK military aid package for Ukraine

Zelensky welcomes £500m UK military aid package for Ukraine

Zelensky welcomes £500m UK military aid package for Ukraine

23 April 2024

Volodymyr Zelensky said the Storm Shadow missiles, armoured vehicles and boats are ‘needed on the battlefield’.


Which? urges banks to address online security ‘loopholes’

Which? urges banks to address online security ‘loopholes’

Which? urges banks to address online security ‘loopholes’

23 April 2024

With many people increasingly banking online or on their phones, it is crucial that security protections are up to scratch, Which? said.


Average petrol prices above 150p/litre for first time since November

Average petrol prices above 150p/litre for first time since November

Average petrol prices above 150p/litre for first time since November

23 April 2024

Data collated by website Fuel Prices Online shows typical pump prices reached 150.1p per litre on Monday.


Early cancer diagnosis aim ‘seriously off target’, report warns

Early cancer diagnosis aim ‘seriously off target’, report warns

Early cancer diagnosis aim ‘seriously off target’, report warns

23 April 2024

Experts said the NHS has set ‘ambitious’ goals, but ‘performance in this area has stubbornly stalled in recent years’.


UK private sector grows at fastest rate for 11 months

UK private sector grows at fastest rate for 11 months

UK private sector grows at fastest rate for 11 months

23 April 2024

Economists said the data is a further signal that the UK’s economy gained momentum to leave the recession seen at the end of 2023.


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